Moosburgerin – a classic example of how Austria likes to understate something meaningful. But the name is not taken from a salt-of-the-earth winegrower – instead it refers to the former lands of Bavaria’s Mossburg collegiate monastery. Here, too, in this south-facing vineyard, loess soil plays a leading role as well as its trump card. It gives the grapes that thrive on it a fresh note, while adding potential for ageing in combination with the limestone conglomerate farther below. A huge range of options that only the Moosburgerin is in a position to bring out.